1. people who are fearful and cautious;
1. showing fear and lack of confidence
2. contemptibly timid
3. lacking self-confidence;
4. lacking conviction or boldness or courage;
The apostle may be daring, but the bishop must be timid.
The timid but tolerant toll man offered some timely tips as a token of tribute.
Timid people always wreak their peevishness on the gentle.
I was rendered timid by the costly nature of their dealings.
He was timid about investing money.
The timid man trembled with fear.
He is timid by nature.
That little girl is more shy than timid.
She tried saying what was in her heart instead of being timid.
The rabbit is timid and suspicious.
Generally speaking, we Japanese are a little too timid in speaking foreign language.
Still, he dreaded another silent ride home with his timid charges.
To the timid and hesitating everything is impossible because It'seems so.
The little girl is as timid as a hare, shy in the presence of strangers.
Though timid in some respect, he is very bold in others.
He does not like his job, but is too timid to try to find another.
That fellow is as timid as a rabbit.
He's very timid with girls.
He is too timid to venture upon an undertaking.
She is delicate and timid, one can't help showing tenderness to her.
Lumiere: You do not have time to be timid. You must be bold, daring.
Timid and shy and scared am I , Of things beyond my kin.
Shuchen , the most timid of the girls , stuck close to Mingfeng.
Come along use your timid tongue, too shy to tell your story.
He was timid and always tried to keep out of trouble.
That fellow as timid as a rabbit.
He stopped in the doorway, too timid to go in.
The newspaper called the plan timid and unimaginative.
The President's critics say he has been too timid in responding to changing international developments.
There is relatively little information about timid, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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